Megyn Kelly and Jorge Ramos gang up on Donald Trump

Univision's Jorge Ramos had blood in his eyes during an interview with Megyn Kelly Wednesday evening.  Following his humiliating removal from Donald Trump's press conference on Tuesday, an indignant Ramos told the Fox host:

He tried to silence me, and in this country you cannot do that. I'm a citizen, I'm an immigrant, I'm a reporter. And I have the right to ask any question I want, to whomever I want.

Ironically, Kelly experienced firsthand Ramos's sense of entitlement when it comes to hogging the microphone.  The Mexican media personality interrupted Kelly several times, often talking over her.

But Kelly must still be smarting from her own dealings with Trump.  Not only did she let Ramos vent, but at one point  Megyn suggested that it was the "bad blood" between Univision and Trump, not Ramos's unruly behavior, that caused the presidential candidate to kick the Univision anchor out of the Iowa press conference.

Ramos whined to Kelly that he had never been treated like that in his 30-year career as a "journalist."

From Youtube:

Kelly: You're on the record as calling him the most hateful divisive figure running for president right now

Ramos: Because his words are dangerous and his ideas extreme when it comes to immigration and freedom of the press. I've been a journalist for 30 years and I've never been ejected from any press conference anywhere in the world. Those are the things you see in dictatorships, not in the united States of America.

Kelly: He doesn't like Univision. He's suing them for $500 million...there seems to be bad blood and it goes back to June when they cancelled the Miss Universe, the Miss USA contest. And then the head of programming at Univision sent out at his instagram account a picture of Donald Trump on one side and a picture of a mass racist murderer on the other side...can you understand why Trump would not want to take questions from this outlet because their mind is already made up?

Ramos: I follow the rules and he just didn't like the question.

Kelly: Right, it's not unusual for a reporter to jump up and start questioning; it's not unusual for a reporter to do what you  did and that's clear.

Kelly's defense amounts to telling the millions who watched the press conference, "Don't believe your lying eyes."'  Trump had no problem taking questions from Ramos or any other reporter.  He merely asked Ramos to be respectful of others and wait his turn.

Kelly's loyalty  to Ramos is touching.  The defiant "anchor with attitude" felt so emboldened  by her support that he went on to warn Trump about the "60 million" Latinos heading to the polls in 2016.  Ramos made the same threat in 2014 in an interview when he said: "Republicans don't get it. They're going to lose the 2016 election if they don't move on immigration reform, and they're going to lose again in 2020. ... They have a very short memory. They forgot in 2012. They'll remember after 2016."

It is no surprise that both Ramos and Kelly are anti-Trump.  Ramos contends that the United States is rife with "white privilege," and he often quotes Elie Wiesel's statement that "no human being is an illegal."  Ramos believes that those who cross our borders illegally have a right to become citizens.  Trump's promise to deport illegals, starting with the gangs and criminals, eventually working his way across the country to all the lawbreakers, has Ramos unhinged.  For her part, Kelly's opening shot at Trump during the first Republican presidential debate left little doubt that she stands with those, like Ramos, who are vehemently opposed to the billionaire's candidacy.

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Univision's Jorge Ramos had blood in his eyes during an interview with Megyn Kelly Wednesday evening.  Following his humiliating removal from Donald Trump's press conference on Tuesday, an indignant Ramos told the Fox host:

He tried to silence me, and in this country you cannot do that. I'm a citizen, I'm an immigrant, I'm a reporter. And I have the right to ask any question I want, to whomever I want.

Ironically, Kelly experienced firsthand Ramos's sense of entitlement when it comes to hogging the microphone.  The Mexican media personality interrupted Kelly several times, often talking over her.

But Kelly must still be smarting from her own dealings with Trump.  Not only did she let Ramos vent, but at one point  Megyn suggested that it was the "bad blood" between Univision and Trump, not Ramos's unruly behavior, that caused the presidential candidate to kick the Univision anchor out of the Iowa press conference.

Ramos whined to Kelly that he had never been treated like that in his 30-year career as a "journalist."

From Youtube:

Kelly: You're on the record as calling him the most hateful divisive figure running for president right now

Ramos: Because his words are dangerous and his ideas extreme when it comes to immigration and freedom of the press. I've been a journalist for 30 years and I've never been ejected from any press conference anywhere in the world. Those are the things you see in dictatorships, not in the united States of America.

Kelly: He doesn't like Univision. He's suing them for $500 million...there seems to be bad blood and it goes back to June when they cancelled the Miss Universe, the Miss USA contest. And then the head of programming at Univision sent out at his instagram account a picture of Donald Trump on one side and a picture of a mass racist murderer on the other side...can you understand why Trump would not want to take questions from this outlet because their mind is already made up?

Ramos: I follow the rules and he just didn't like the question.

Kelly: Right, it's not unusual for a reporter to jump up and start questioning; it's not unusual for a reporter to do what you  did and that's clear.

Kelly's defense amounts to telling the millions who watched the press conference, "Don't believe your lying eyes."'  Trump had no problem taking questions from Ramos or any other reporter.  He merely asked Ramos to be respectful of others and wait his turn.

Kelly's loyalty  to Ramos is touching.  The defiant "anchor with attitude" felt so emboldened  by her support that he went on to warn Trump about the "60 million" Latinos heading to the polls in 2016.  Ramos made the same threat in 2014 in an interview when he said: "Republicans don't get it. They're going to lose the 2016 election if they don't move on immigration reform, and they're going to lose again in 2020. ... They have a very short memory. They forgot in 2012. They'll remember after 2016."

It is no surprise that both Ramos and Kelly are anti-Trump.  Ramos contends that the United States is rife with "white privilege," and he often quotes Elie Wiesel's statement that "no human being is an illegal."  Ramos believes that those who cross our borders illegally have a right to become citizens.  Trump's promise to deport illegals, starting with the gangs and criminals, eventually working his way across the country to all the lawbreakers, has Ramos unhinged.  For her part, Kelly's opening shot at Trump during the first Republican presidential debate left little doubt that she stands with those, like Ramos, who are vehemently opposed to the billionaire's candidacy.

Read more Evans @ exzoom.net.